Tag Archives: Association of Professional Newborn Photographers International

Complimentary sitter sessions | Burlington Baby Photographer

Did you know that all of my newborn clients receive a complimentary session during the 6-9 month timeframe to document their baby’s growth? Yeahhhhhhh! Pretty awesome right! It’s a win/win really, because I love seeing these babies again after a few months.  They’ve become more engaged, they’re more expressive, they clap along while we sing, and […]

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Natural Light Newborn | Burlington Newborn Photographer

Would you believe me if I told you this beautiful boy was 1 day shy of being 1 month old?  Well, on the day I met and photographed him, he was!  And while this age tends to scare of some when it comes to newborn photography, I always welcome the challenge, and in this case […]

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Sunset Maternity Session | Oakville Maternity Photographer

It was a windy evening, filled with a gorgeous cloud filled, cotton candy sky, and endless views of the great Lake Ontario.  The perfect scene, at this time of year especially, for a maternity session! You see, here in Ontario our trees are still fighting to show off their beautiful blossoms, and most scenic views […]

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In their home | Etobicoke Lifestyle Photographer

I absolutely love capturing families in their homes.  Their personal environments always allow them to feel totally at ease and their natural interactions simply shine through effortlessly! This adorable family was just that, at ease, and the fact that their home is so incredibly gorgeous and they styled themselves to suit the space, it was […]

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Classic & Timeless | Burlington Newborn Photographer

The style that simply can not be beat, classic and timeless!  The neutral tones and subtle textures used in this beautiful baby girls session will stand the test of time, I’m certain of it! Not only that but they definitely suit this baby’s gorgeous complexion as well.  The warm tone to her skin and the […]

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